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MSNBC
Mar 18, 2012 4:00am PDT
. of likely republican voters in illinois, shows romney on top with 37. santorum at 31. gingrich, way down there at 14, and paul at 8. let me go to you, john heilemann. is this a chance for greatness for santorum to win a big state? >> certainly a chance for greatness, chris. the state of illinois hasn't had a competitive primary in decades on the republican presidential side. it is very much a state geographically divided between the north and south. you have republican, suburban republican counties around chicago and suburbs that are pretty moderate, should be romney country. then down state illinois, very conservative, much more like the south than like anything around chicago, and that's good hunting ground for santorum. gingrich has more or less abandoned the field there, headed down -- made a quick stop there yesterday or today, is headed now to camp out in louisiana. that 14% that gingrich has may erode considerably, may erode to santorum's advantage. it would be a huge win for santorum if he could pick up illinois after coming in so close in michigan and ohio, winning in the i
MSNBC
Mar 24, 2012 2:00am PDT
the republicans see a winnable election slipping away from them, peggy noonan told mitt romney that it is time to get off of the goofball express she say says and enough of the cheesy grits and the singing and the jaens and the compulsively plez sants and calling the opponents lightweights. act like a president. and does he have it him or does he have what an aide called him an etch a sketch. >> the president signed the popular health care law, and so has the president's hypocrisy on the issue, and continuing the charade that obama care and romney care are essentially the same thing. >>> we know you can't wait for it. "mad men" begins sunday night, and we will bring you some of the real mad men who brought presidential politics in 19f 64. we begin with the trayvon martin shooting. we are joined by two political analysts. let's listen to the president. here is what we know and by the way start with the facts as we know them and please correct me, because we will argue some of the facts as we know them. the official police reports regarding the shooting of trayvon martin. sanford poli
MSNBC
Mar 11, 2012 7:00am EDT
course s what mitt romney fears. an unobstructed race between the two. also, voter i.d. laws are being passed, allegedly to stop voter fraud. are those new rules really to make voting harder? now for tonight's off the waller. sarah palin says the problem with barack obama is that he wasn't properly vetted back in '08. why would she try out that little sugar plum on the same weekend the game change is coming out? what a movie and what it says about politics at our highest level. we begin with the economy. susan page is washington bureau chief for "usa today." david corny is a political analyst. this economic news today, the number is at 8.3. i thought it might go up. it didn't. also, a half million people joining the work force. >> a third good month of job news. things moving in the right direction for the president. unemployment still pretty high. 8.3%, historically high. no president re-elected with numbers like that. but moving in the right direction. that's the best possible news for barack obama. >> it's steady but not dramatically good. in other words, he's not getting into
MSNBC
Mar 4, 2012 4:00am PST
november? will they help them if romney is the nominee, and he probably will be at this point, and he is the nominee and they need to grab the center and this brings in the base, is there any logic to why they keep talking this stuff up? >> i think there's logic, but it's flawed logic. i have been convinced for the past two or three years that the republican base was going to turn out in november of 2012. they have been motivated by hatred of of president obama, and i think that even though we have seen some poor turnout numbers in some of the republican primaries in caucus states, i think in the end, the republican base will turn out strictly on the grounds that they want to get barack obama out of office. and susan makes the correct point, which is that republicans did think at the beginning they could win this argument on religious freedom grounds and they thought they could extend the argument to make it looks like government was trying to tell what you to do, and a big government issue. >> and here is an interview the other day, and mitt romney was asked about the amendment th
MSNBC
Mar 31, 2012 2:00am PDT
away from mitt romney in double digits. and we know that in politics the most important month is october, the eve of the election, itself. >>> and the dnc is bashing mitt romney to paul ryan's budget plan which they say favors the rich. ♪ when old mitt claps his hand ♪ for the ryan plan ♪ that's amore >> that is amore and that is the side show and let me start with the unpredictable election coming our way this summer and fall. we begin with the trayvon martin shooting. our correspondent joining us from sanford, florida, tonight, and also david wilson from thegrio.com, managing editor. michael, what can you tell us that you have been able to uncover? >> well, chris, a lot murky of what happened that night between trayvon martin and george zimmerman, but one new piece of evidence that we did find today that is -- that could raise some further questions is that the original 2005 police report on the arrest of george zimmerman. zimmerman was arrested at a bar near the university of central florida by a state law enforcement officer, and charged with battery and use of violence
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